WELCOME to the Church of St Mary the Blessed Virgin – Prescot Parish Church – and our daughter church of St Paul’s, Bryer Road. We are a welcoming, inclusive Christian community in the Diocese of Liverpool. Join us every Sunday at 10am as we celebrate the Lord’s Supper in the Eucharist, or at any of our other services and events throughout the week (see What’s On).

A Safe Place

The Parish of Prescot takes its duty and obligation to protect all extremely seriously. We have adopted the national Church of England’s robust procedures and guidelines. You can find out more about the national policies and procedures at www.churchofengland.org.

In July 2019 we adopted a new safeguarding policy for the parish.  Read it here in full (PDF).

If you have any safeguarding concerns or issues on a safeguarding matter then you can find useful contact information at www.liverpool.anglican.org.

Click here for weddings, baptisms & funerals

Arts and music are central to our life and worship at St Mary’s, and we have a thriving traditional, all-age, robed choir. Click here to find out more about our choir.

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Latest News

27 September: Parish Musicians in Concert
27 September: Parish Musicians in Concert

Friday 27 September sees our annual Prescot Parish Musicians in Concert, when organist Tim Hall is joined by members of the choir for an evening of both vocal and instrumental music, followed by complimentary wine & nibbles. The programme, lasting approximately an hour and a quarter, features a mix of genres, including classical, sacred and

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Tower of St Mary’s Restored to Former Glory
Tower of St Mary’s Restored to Former Glory

We are delighted that, after more than a year of work, the scaffolding is down from the tower of St Mary’s. The Vicar of Prescot would like to thank the Heritage Lottery Fund for their investment of approximately £300,000 in this project. It has been a massive job involving great skill and labour to bring

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Prescot Festival Sees Record Turnout
Prescot Festival Sees Record Turnout

A Merseyside arts festival saw the biggest turnout in its 14-year history last month. Over 1,700 people attended concerts and cultural events during the 15th Annual Prescot Festival of Music & the Arts, with a final-night audience of 325, an increase of 100 on last year. The finale saw festival favourites Maghull Wind Orchestra return

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